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    Torrey Pines Road Bridge San Diego, California

    ERnEst f. lyons BRidgE REplacEmEnt Stuart, Florida

    st. anthony falls (i-35W) BRidgE Minneapolis, Minnesota

    fifth stREEt pEdEstRian plaza BRidgE Atlanta, Georgia

    dEvil’s slidE BRidgE Pacifica, California

    daggEtt Road BRidgE Stockton, California

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  • ASPIRE, Winter 2008 | 1

    C O N T E N T S

    Features T.Y. Lin International Excels With Project Partners’ Input 8 Feedback from peers and community, plus partnership approach create ‘grand experience.’

    The New St. Anthony Falls Bridge 20 A modern concrete bridge spanning the Mississippi River in Minneapolis.

    Fifth Street Pedestrian Plaza Bridge 22 Reconnecting neighborhoods in Midtown, Atlanta.

    Devil’s Slide Opens Possibilities 26 California closely watching this segmental cast-in-place bridge.

    Oregon’s Bridge Repair and Replacement Program 30 Reshaping the state’s highway system with context– sensitive and sustainable solutions.

    Ernest F. Lyons Bridge Replacement Project 36 Completed within budget and more than 8 months ahead of schedule.

    Daggett Road Bridge 42 Precast enables total environmental avoidance.

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    Reader Response 4

    Concrete Calendar 6 Perspective—Sustainability for the Concrete Bridge Engineering Community 16

    Aesthetics Commentary 45

    Concrete Connections 46

    Safety and Serviceability 47

    FHWA 48

    STATE—Virginia’s Concrete Bridges 50

    COUNTY—Thurston County, Washington 54

    AASHTO LRFD Specifications 56

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    John S. Dick, Executive Editor

    2 | ASPIRE, Winter 2008

    EDITORIAL

    With this issue, ASPIRE™ launches a year-long exploration of sustainable design as it applies to highway bridges. These presentations will highlight the unique ways in which modern concrete bridges can contribute to a better legacy for our children and generations to come.

    To start off, the feature article on page 16 presents a perspective by Dr. Tess Alhborn of Michigan Technological University. Its intent is to define sustainability issues that relate to the transportation infrastructure.

    The three subsequent issues this year will look deeper into how we balance the impacts of our choices on society, economics, and ecology (or people, profit, and planet). Each will feature a guest author, who will address specific sustainable concepts applicable to concrete bridges. These articles will help provide a better understanding of our role in creating sustainable designs.

    Aspire celebrates First Birthday We chart another accomplishment with

    this issue: ASPIRE begins its second year of publication. The magazine now contains more pages and a wider array of features. For example, in light of recent bridge accidents, we begin a series titled, “Safety and Serviceability,” which will feature a different guest author each issue. The series will discuss such topics as the National

    Bridge Inventory (see the article by Stan Woods, Wisconsin Bridge Engineer, retired, on page 47). Other topics under consideration include maintenance, redundancy, repair, and the like. If there is a topic you’d like to see addressed, please let us know.

    Another new feature, “Concrete Connections,” (page 46) collects Web addresses that offer useful research reports, studies, and other resources.

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    Executive Editor: John S. Dick Managing Technical Editor: Dr. Henry G. Russell

    Managing Editor: Craig A. Shutt Editorial Staff: Daniel C. Brown, Roy Diez, Wayne A. Endicott, Donald P. Merwin, Anne Patterson

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    Publisher: Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute, James G. Toscas, President

    Editorial Advisory Board: David N. Bilow, Portland Cement Association (PCA) John S. Dick, Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute (PCI) Clifford L. Freyermuth, American Segmental Bridge Institute (ASBI) Theodore L. Neff, Post-Tensioning Institute (PTI) Dr. Henry G. Russell, Managing Technical Editor

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    ASPIRE (Vol. 2, No. 1), ISSN 1935-2093 is published quarterly by the Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute, 209 W. Jackson Blvd., Suite 500, Chicago, IL 60606-6938.

    Copyright 2008, Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute.

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